Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Presentation is loading. Please wait.

March 05 - April 10 2015 Active Duty Fund Drive NMCRS Pearl Harbor.

Similar presentations


Presentation on theme: "March 05 - April 10 2015 Active Duty Fund Drive NMCRS Pearl Harbor."— Presentation transcript:

1

2 March 05 - April Active Duty Fund Drive NMCRS Pearl Harbor

3 Kickoff Agenda Fund Drive Package Distribution Introduction 2015 Fund Drive Chair  Captain Mark Wheeler, Commanding Officer NAVSUP Fleet Logistics Center Honorary Chair, NMCRS Advisory Board  Rear Admiral Richard Williams, Commander, Navy Region Hawaii Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society (NMCRS)  Mr. Paul Belanger, Director NMCRS Pearl Harbor Key Person/Command Representative Training  LT Cindy Suarez, 2015 Fund Drive Coordinator  LT Elizabeth Buff, Region Legal Service Office

4 2015 NMCRS Fund Drive Leadership Chair, 2015 Fund Drive CAPT Mark Wheeler Honorary Chair of the NMCRS Advisory Board RDML Richard Williams

5 2015 NMCRS Fund Drive Leadership Director, NMCRS Pearl Harbor Mr. Paul Belanger Coordinator, 2015 Fund Drive LT Cindy Suarez

6 Shore Coordinator, 2015 Fund Drive ABEC Noah Tibbetts Surface Coordinator, 2015 Fund Drive GM1 Nikia Clayton & IT1 Renee Ingram Submarine Coordinator, 2015 Fund Drive MM1 Joel Walter Region Legal Service Office LT Elizabeth Buff Personnel Support Detachment (PSD) PS2 Danielle Richardson 2015 Fund Drive Points of Contact

7 2015 Active Duty Fund Drive Purpose of the annual Fund Drive in support of the Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society To help Sailors and Marines understand the Society’s programs and services available to them To obtain funds essential to the continuation of the Society’s assistance to Sailors, Marines and their families

8 2014 NMCRS Pearl Harbor Assistance: $817,067 in loans & $22,902 in grants = $839,970 total For more info contact: LT Cindy Suarez It takes all hands! Sailors and Marines Taking Care of Their Own Make a difference. DONATE TODAY! $49.8 million worldwide!!! Assistance provided: $1.34 million in Hawaii!!! Goal: 100% CONTACT

9 Fund Drive Package Contents 1.Wallet cards 2.Brochures 3.Four progress reports with Bank of Hawaii deposit tickets 4.Contribution forms & completed sample 5.Fund Drive poster 6.Fund Drive contribution and assistance report 7.Collection log 8.Guidelines on charitable contributions 9.Legal considerations for fundraising

10 Fund Drive Tips Educate yourself Select outstanding volunteers to help Use POD/POW to inform & educate Monitor progress Publicize events Timely progress reports

11 ALLOTMENTS, ALLOTMENTS, ALLOTMENTS By far the most successful means of contribution Be Creative with Fundraising! … Gas-n-Glass… Bike Races … Pie-In-The Eye… Sports Day with … Chili Cook-offs Skill Competitions … Bake Sales… BBQ/Hamburger Sales … Car Washes … Huli-Huli Chicken BBQs … Candy Sales … NEX Benefit Tickets … Krispy Kreme … Golf Tournaments … Putting Contests … Dunk Tanks … Food Fair Fund Drive Tips

12 Key Person Use Only

13 Procedures All donations will be by : 1.Allotment (Active Duty USN/USMC Only) 2.Cash/Check 3.Credit Card NOTE: All monetary donations will be deposited at the Bank of Hawaii. The Navy- Marine Corps Relief Society office cannot accept monetary donations! Command Leadership is authorized to know who has been contacted, but will not have access to how much each individual has donated.

14 JosephASmith E-5 JBPHH Hawaii USS ALWAYS SAILS (DD 11)/00011 X X Joseph A. Smith Mar 16, 2015 Key Person Signs Here Military Allotment Donations If less than twelve months to EAS, multiply monthly contribution by number of months remaining. June

15 Military Allotment Donations There are 3 parts: 1. The Key Person gives copy 1 to PSD with the PSD drop off form. 2. The Key Person gives copy 2 to NMCRS with the progress report form NLT Noon on March 20, 27, & April 3, The Key Person gives copy 3 to the Contributor. 4.The above are due no later than Noon: March 20, 27, April 3, 10

16 PSD Contact: PS2 Danielle Richardson Military Allotment Donations

17 Cash/Check Donations Joseph A Smith E-5 JBPHH Hawaii USS ALWAYS SAILS (DD 11)/00011 X X X Joseph A. SmithMar 16, 2015 Key Person Signs Here

18 1.Make checks payable to “Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society” 2.The Key Person retains copy 1 of Contribution Form for auditing purposes. 3.Give copy 2 of Contribution Form to NMCRS when you give them the progress report form NLT Noon on March 20, 27 & April 3, Give copy 3 of Contribution Form to the contributor. Cash/Check Donations

19 1.The Key Person will deposit cash and checks (prior to the progress report due dates) to the Bank of Hawaii, who will provide a receipt. 2.The Key Person will deliver the following to the NMCRS office at Pearl Harbor: Copy 2 of the Contribution Form Receipt from the Bank of Hawaii Progress report form 3.The above are due no later than Noon: March 20, 27, & April 3, 10 Cash/Check Donations

20 Joseph A Smith E-5 JBPHH Hawaii USS ALWAYS SAILS (DD 11)/00011 X X Joseph A. SmithMar 16, 2015 Key Person Signs Here Credit Card Donations

21 1.Encourage online donors to fill out and return contribution form to assure credit to your command 2.The Key Person retains copy 1 of Contribution Form for auditing purposes 3.Give copy 2 of Contribution Form to NMCRS when you give them the progress report form on March 20, 27, & April 3, 10 4.Give copy 3 of Contribution Form to the contributor Credit Card Donations

22 Weekly Progress Reports Due to NMCRS by Noon: - 20 March - 27 March - 03 April - 10 April Keep a photocopy for your files

23 1. No coercive activity 2. No 100% participation goals 3. No establishing personal quotas 4. No lists of non-contributors 5. No results on performance appraisals Fund Raising Guidelines

24 Fundraising Legal Considerations Guidance: SECNAVINST of 8 February 1999 (Active Duty Fund Drive in Support of the Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society) DOD r of 30 August 1993 (Joint Ethics Regulations) Hawaii Revised Statutes

25 Solicitation Direct solicitation of monetary donations by official command designated Key Persons is the primary fund raising plan. Contacting Civilians – You can give civilians a donation form if they request one, but they can only contribute via cash, check, or credit card. Initiatives such as fun runs, bake sales, auctions, etc. are encouraged. The legality of other fund raising initiatives depends upon the particular facts and circumstances involved. Please consult your command Legal Advisor/Staff Judge Advocate for advice before undertaking a specific fundraising initiative. You may also contact : RLSO Hawaii, LT Kym Murphy at or Ms. Debora Manoi at

26 Gambling BE CAREFUL!!! Joint Ethics Regulation – Gambling is prohibited while on duty or on federal property, except under limited circumstances Requires SECNAV approval Only permission granted by regulation is for NMCRS raffles--if permitted in the jurisdiction where the installation is located

27 Gambling HAWAII LAW PROHIBITS GAMBLING (HRS ) This restriction applies to all DOD activities in Hawaii. Under Hawaii law, gambling includes typical casino type games, e.g. card games, dice games, roulette, drawings, office pools (NFL, final four) etc., as well as bingo, lotteries or raffles. Bingo is authorized for MWR and with strict controls - cannot be gambling.

28 Gambling A lottery (or raffle) is: Any scheme which the players pay something of value for chances with winning chance being determined by a drawing or some other random method, and winner(s) then receive something of value. Something of value = any money, property, token, object or article exchangeable for money or property, or any form of credit or promise directly or indirectly contemplating transfer of money or property or of any interest therein, or involving extension of a service or entertainment.

29 Team Spirit Award The Team Spirit Award recognizes special efforts by area commands demonstrating command involvement, enthusiasm and commitment in carrying out the Annual NMCRS Fund Drive. Submit your command entry including a description of your special event/s and efforts, command point of contact information, and a narrative description of the event. Photos are also encouraged. Your command’s involvement, enthusiasm and commitment are living testimony that the Navy and Marine Corps really take care of their own. Entries must be submitted to NLT 1 May

30 2015 Area Coordinators Coordinator:LT Cindy Suarez Naval Surface: GM1 Nikia Clayton IT1 Renee Ingram Naval Submarine: MM1 Joel Walter Naval Shore:ABEC Noah Tibbetts

31 QUESTIONS! 2015 Active Duty Fund Drive Follow the Fund Drive online: Track progress Find resources Access the site on your phone/tablet Contact POCs Share your Fund Drive event news: Post events and photos–Contact Mr. Felix Navarro at


Download ppt "March 05 - April 10 2015 Active Duty Fund Drive NMCRS Pearl Harbor."

Similar presentations


Ads by Google